Printed Materials, May 2016

Recently published books, articles & theses in Irish traditional music, May 2016

Accardi, Dan, 'Irish fiddling: 4/4, swung' in Fiddler magazine vol. 23, no 1 (Spring 2016), pp. 46–47

Baraniuk, CarolJames Orr, poet and Irish radical London: Pickering & Chatto, 2014. xi+238 pp. ISBN 9781848935136 (hbk.)

Bradburd, Rus, 'Martin Dowling: the high road to Sligo ... and the quest for home' in Fiddler magazine as above, pp. 15–19

Ceannt, Éamonn, 'The Irish piper' (reprinted from Irish Independent, 8 February 1907) in An píobaire vol 12, no 2 (April 2016), pp. 26–27

Ceannt, Éamonn, 'Na píopaí: 1 The union pipes; 2 The war pipes' (reprinted from An claidheamh soluis, 16 Sept. 1911), An píobaire as above, pp. 23–25

Commins, Verena, ''The crustiest and most personally unbiddable of instruments’: Éamonn Ceannt and the pipes' in An píobaire as above, pp. 19–22

Dunphy, Eugene, 'Arthur O’Neill (1734–1816) – What the papers said' in Dúiche Néill. Journal of the O Neill Country Historical Society no 19 (2011), pp. 11−34

Kuntz, Andrew, 'Fiddle tune history: the legends of Petticoat loose' in Fiddler magazine as above, pp. 38–41

Gilmore, Brian, 'Francis J. Bigger, the St Winnoc's Pipe Band, culture, Home Rule and a banner commemoration of Roger Casement' in Dúiche Néill. Journal of the O Neill Country Historical Society no 21 (2013), pp. 176−192

Gilmore, Brian, 'The Crozier Memorial LOL 297 Pipe Band, Cavanapole, Killylea in July 1949' in Dúiche Néill. Journal of the O Neill Country Historical Society no 21 (2013), pp. 226−230

Gilmore, Brian, 'The true Orange dingers' ballad and the alleged conspiracy of Fr Francis Lappan, PP Tynan' in Dúiche Néill. Journal of the O Neill Country Historical Society no 22 (2015), pp. 141−158

Goan, Cathal, 'Proinsias Ó Conluain 1919–2013' in Dúiche Néill. Journal of the O Neill Country Historical Society no 21 (2013), pp. 236−237. Obituary

Hall, Reg, A few tunes of good music: a history of Irish music and dance in London 1800−1980 & beyond Croydon, London: Hall, 2016. xvi+1025 pp. Free e-book

Mac Aoidh, Caoimhín, 'The hidden note: the magic of the blackthorn' in Fiddler magazine as above, pp. 34–35

Mac Chiarnáin, Seán, 'Obituary: Tomás Ó Ceannabháin' in An píobaire as above, p. 11

Morton, Robin, Come day, go day, God send Sunday: the songs and life story, told in his own words, of John Maguire, the traditional singer and farmer from Co Fermanagh Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge, 2016. [ii]+xiv+188 pp. ISBN 9781138124042 (hbk.). Reprint

Moylan, Terry, 'Éamonn Ceannt the Piper' in An píobaire as above, pp. 12–18

Moylan, TerryThe indignant muse: poetry and songs of the Irish revolution 1887–1926 Dublin: The Lilliput Press, 2016. xviii+720 pp. ISBN 9781843516644 (pbk.)

Nic Éinrí, ÚnaFilí Luimnigh gan Iomrá san cchtú haois déag Baile Átha Cliath: Coiscéim, 2016. 303 pp. (hbk.)

Ní Shúilleabháin, Áine, Bróga nua: 100 simple rhymes and songs Baile Átha Cliath: Forbairt Naíonraí Teoranta, 2011. 100 pp. ISBN 9780956723710 (pbk.) + 2 CDs

Ó Foghlú, Billy, 'Irish Iron Age horns, and the conical spearbutt of Navan: a mouthpiece investigation' in Emania: bulletin of the Navan Research Group 22 (2014), pp. 99–125

O'Neill, Berrie, Tones that are tender: Percy French 1854–1920 Dublin: Percy French Society in association with The Lilliput Press, 2016. 176 pp. ISBN 9781843516675 (hbk.)

Osborne, Evelyn, 'The most Irish place in the world? "Irishness" in the recorded folk music of Newfoundland and Labrador' in Musicultures: journal of the Canadian society for Traditional music vol. 42, no 2 (2015), pp. 79–102

Villiers, Eric, 'Armagh singer saved by 'Ballsbridge doctors and Belfast dockers'' in Dúiche Néill. Journal of the O Neill Country Historical Society no 21 (2013), pp. 215−225. Article about the singer Mary Connolly

Wilkinson, Desi, Call to the dance: an experience of the socio-cultural world of traditional Breton music and dance Hillsdale, NY: Pendragon Press, 2016. xvii+161 pp. ISBN 9781576471722 (pbk.) + CD

Wright, MichaelThe jews-harp in Britain and Ireland Farnham, Surrey: Ashgate, 2015. xviii+220 pp. ISBN 9781472414137 (hbk.)